Competitive culture is the backbone of almost every stage in our society. It’s internalized from childhood, at school, and later, it intensifies when we enter the world of work. The English psychologist and philosopher, Herbert Spencer, coined the classic term ‘survival of the fittest’ to define this apparent need to compete among ourselves. Nowadays, every organization faces constant competition to add value to themselves and stay in the market. But, at what price? Is it also necessary to develop an internal rivalry among the employees themselves? And, what effect does this have on the workplace? We’re going to explore….